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Ghana High Commission and the Knowledge Channel Workshops

By GFM Radio, London

The ongoing CV writing, interview skills and career choices training organised by the Ghana High Commission in collaboration with the Knowledge Chanel, is attracting much interest from the Ghanaian youth in London, Manchester, Coventry and other cities in UK.

As a result another workshop is scheduled to take place at the Consular section of the High Commission, Highgate, north London. Please take note of the date, time, venue and contact details contained in the announcement below:


In our continuous effort to equip our youth with the requisite skills and make them marketable for today's tight job market, the next Ghana High Commission and The Knowledge Channel Workshops on Career Choices, Personal Development, CV writing, mentoring, and Interviewing Skills will be held at the Consular Section of the Ghana High Commission, 104 Highgate Hill, London, N6 5HE on OCTOBER 27, 2011.

Interested youths between ages 15 and 25 years should contact the Education Section of the Ghana Commission at 02083427534 or Hannah Acquah and The KNOWLEDGE CHANNEL at The workshops, facilitated by experts in the field, will run from 5pm to 7pm."

Also note that there is no fee charged for this training.

Source: GFM Radio, London

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